A HFH work day will be held Oct. 9 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring your gloves, shovel, hat, jacket and wear you sunscreen to participate in the day of work on the new house. The location is 680 North Orange Court in Castle Dale.
Camp Dale DUP will hold its monthly meeting at the Castle Dale Senior Citizens Center on Oct. 11 at 1 p.m.
An ATV safety class will be held on Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. in the county building, 75 East Main Street, Castle Dale. Pre-registration is a must and will be held at the Emery County Recreation building. Utah State law requires every child between the ages of 8-16, be certified to drive an ATV on public lands. For more information call Mark Williams at 381-2493 or Emery County Rec at 381-2108.
Ferron Elementary PTO will hold their annual Halloween Carnival on Oct. 27 from 6-8 p.m. in the gymnasium at the school. There will be food and games for the entire family. Halloween costumes are encouraged but not required. For more information call 384-3117.
Emery Animal Shelter is located a 470 West Hiway 29 in Castle Dale. Animals are ready for adoption: female Irish setter mix puppy, 3-4 months old and a male, 9 month old cow dog, black and white; kittens, male, 4 months old, white; male, 4 months old, tabby gray; male, adult, brown and white, already neutered. Prices vary and all incude spay or neuter and rabies vaccination. Call 381-2539 for prices and more information.
The Emery County Domestic Violence Coalition is sponsoring the sixth annual Program in the Park on Oct. 13 from noon-1 p.m. at the Castle Dale City Park. This is a free program and lunch will be provided. Guest speaker will be Dolly Martinez, a domestic violence survivor. In the event of inclement weather, the program will be held on the second floor of the county building (old courthouse).
The Emery County Farm Bureau business meeting and annual banquet will be held on Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Senior Citizens Center. All members and other interested citizens are welcome to come and contribute to local policy development. Free dinner, RSVP to Barbra at 687-2580 or Joy at 748-2820.
Look for the secondary water to be turned off on approximately Oct. 15. Castle Dale City's fall burn dates are Sept. 15-Oct. 15. You must obtain a burn permit before you burn. The permits are free. Fall beautification is during the same time period. If you need help with a big item, please call city hall. There is also a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those indiviuals who are responsible for the vandalism at the public restrooms. Call 381-2115.
Desert Edge Christian Chapel will sponsor a Bazaar and Bake Sale on Oct. 28-30. Thursday and Friday, 5-8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The bazaar items are new handcrafted items. Desert Edge is located at 500 South Main in Huntington.
A Christmas Festival will be held Nov. 5-6 at the Emery County Recreation Center in Castle Dale. There will be food, fun, booths, entertainment and crafts. Friday, 1-9 p.m.and Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. For information contact Jodi at 381-2222 or Darlene at 381-2504.
Peshtigo Elementary's fourth grade class is studying the regions of the United States. They are learning about each state's landforms, environments and places of interest. They are asking for postcards from Utah showing what the state is like. A note on the back would be appreciated. Send them to Carly Barrett c/o Peshtigo Elementary, 341 North Emery Ave., Peshtigo, WI 54157.
The Huntington 1st ward fall get-together will be held Oct. 9 at 1 p.m. at the Bear Creek Campground in the large pavilion. There will be games, a program and a roast pig dinner, including dessert and homemade root beer. Fun for all ages. Bring a potluck item. Everyone welcome.
The Emery County Adult Education Program will begin registering for the 2004-05 school year on Oct. 4. Registration will be held at the Emery County School District office, 170 North Main Street in Huntington. Classes will be held Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Adult High School facility, south of the seminary building. A copy of your transcripts is needed at time of registration. Fee also involved. For more information call Deana at 381-5101 or Ed at 653-2235.
Utah Arts Council announces 2005 Folk Arts apprenticeship program grants. Applications are not available through the Folk Arts program at the Utah Arts Council. For information call George Schoemaker at 1-801-533-5760. The grant deadline is Dec. 31.
Ten free autumn classic trees will be given free to each person who joins the National Arbor Day Foundation during October. Send membership to Autumn Classic Trees, National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Avenue, Nebraska City, NE 68410, or join online at arborday.org.
They will be picking up garbage at the curb on Tuesday mornings. Place your garbage in bags, boxes or old garbage cans and place out on the curb until your new garbage can is delivered. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Pickup on the east side of town will begin at 7 a.m. and on the west side of town at 11 a.m.
Joseph Venus has researched the prehistoric Fremont Indian culture. This has enabled him to paint with authenticity in his depictions of the Fremont people who lived in this area as early aw 300-600 A.D. The ancient artisans disappeared from the area by 1300 A.D.due to a severe drought. They left behind a multitude of pictures painted and etched on many of the canyon walls. This rock art can still be seen today in Venus' paintings at the museum.
Fall Fair Fall Fair Ascension St. Matthew's Church, 522 North Homestead Blvd. Price. Come meet the artists and crafts people at the Second Annual Fall at Ascension St. Mathews Church Oct. 8, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Oct.9, 9:30-2:30 p.m. Homemade soups and baked goods for sale. Ascension St. Mathews Church is located near Castle Heights Elementay School and Sagewood Road in North Price.
CEU is looking for crafters. CEU classified staff is holding a holiday craft fair scholarship fundraiser Nov. 19-20. If you are interested in having a booth contact Geniva Brooks at 613-5266 or Kelli Curtis at 613-5431 by Nov1.
Huntington City fall open burn period Sept. 18-Oct.16. Burn permits will be required and can be picked up at city hall .All burning must be done from 7 a.m -7 p.m. Cost to extinguish fires and fines may be imposed. Violaters are subject to civil penalties. October will be the last limb pick up. Do not put limbs out on the street After Oct. 10
Cleveland Town fall burn dates are Sept. 18-Oct. 16. Only yard waste, such as leaves, branches and small trees can be burned. You must obtain a burn permit from the town hall or any fire department member before you burn.
The Pennies By The Inch Campaign will be held through Oct. 15. Funds contributed hled Primary Children's Medical Center patients receive the medical care they need. For more information contact Jeanne Cady at 1-801-588-3684 or 1-800-762-7262.
Emery School District will be doing hearing screening tests throughout the school year. This testing will be done for all students in preschool, kindergarten, first grade, special education and students referred by their teacher or parent. Any parents who do not want their child to be given a hearing screening test should call their school and tell the secretary.
Food handler's classes will be held Oct. 13, Nov. 17 and Dec. 8 at 9 a.m., 4 and 7 p.m. at Southeastern Utah District Healt Department, 28 South 100 East, Price. Classess will be taught at the Castle Dale Health Department, 25 West Main Street on Oct. 7, Nov. 18 and Dec. 9 at 4 and 7 p.m. For more information call 381-2252 in Castle Dale or 637-3671 in Price.
Eight Temple Square performances are scheduled for October. Oct. 7-8 BYU World of Dance; Oct. 8 soprano Diana Walker-Neve; Oct. 9 Utah High School All-State Band; Oct. 9 BYU World of Dance, International Folk Dance Ensemble, Theatre Ballet and the Cougarettes; Oct. 15 Temple Square Chorale and Orchestra; Oct. 16 pianist John Chen; and Oct. 22 The Orchestra of Sandy City. All events will begin at 7:30 p.m. For tickets and pricing call 1-801-240-0080.
Do you have an outstanding warrant in the Carbon County, Helper City or Wellington City Justice Court? Take advantage of our Get out of Jail Free Week, Sept. 30-Oct. 8. Stop at at the justice court booth at the Community Awareness Fair Oct. 7 at the Ascension st. Matthew's Church, 522 North Homestead Blvd. in Price from 3-8 p.m. This offer will also be honored at the individual courts. You will not be arrested and your late and warrant fees will be waived.
ALCO is sponsoring the 19th annual cute baby contest in which all the proceeds go to local charities. Bring in your photos now, voting begins Oct. 1. All babies up to 2 years of age are eligible.
Orangeville City's burn permits are available for open burn Sept. 18-Oct. 16. Come into city hall for a burn permit before you burn. Individuals who do not obtain a burn permit may be subject to penalties.
Need to get your pet fixed? Emery County Super Fix is two week away, Oct. 4-16. Participating veterinarians include: Emery Animal Health, 470 West Highway 29, Castle Dale, 435-381-2539. Extra charge for animals in heat, pregnancies, retained testicles and dogs over 65 pounds. For information call the vet listed or 1-866-PETS FIX or visit www.utahpets.org.
The National Veterans Creative Arts Festival will be held in Salt Lake City Oct. 9-16. The festival is presented by the VA, the American Legion Auxiliary and Help Hospitalized Veterans. It is hosted this year by the George E. Wahlen VA Medical Center in Salt Lake. For further information about the festival contact Kim Byars at 734-761-7824.
The fall schedule for Ascension St. Matthew's Church will be as follows: Sundays 9:30 a.m.-Sunday school for all ages; 10:30 a.m.-worship, followed by fellowship and refreshments with a potluck lunch on the first Sunday of each month. Wednesdays, beginning in October, 6:30 p.m. worship. For more information call 346-0106. The church is located at 522 Homestead Boulevard in Price.
The Utah Shakespearean Festival is scheduled for Sept. 23-Oct. 30. For more information or reservations call 1-800-PLAYTIX or visit us online at www.bard.org. Other events to be held in conjuction with the Shakespearean Festival are the Arts Festival on Sept. 24-25, the Great Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 16 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., the Color Country Quilt Gathering on Oct. 1-2, and the 28th annual High School Shakespear Competition on Oct. 7-9.
The 8th Annual Conference on Critical Issues Facing Children and Adolescents will be held Nov. 4-5 in Salt Lake City. For more information contact ESI Management Group at 1-801-501-9446.
Pre-school age story time begins at the Castle Dale Library on Sept. 1.
Salt Lake City is hosting the 2004 Region 8 Children's Environmental Health Summit on Oct. 7-8 at the Salt Lake City Main Library, 210 East 400 South. For more information, visit www.deq.utah.gov/Childrens_Health_Summit.index.htm., or call 1-801-536-4480 or 1-800-458-0145.
Donate surplus home grown produce to the local food bank in support of the Share the Harvest project in its 23rd year. Call the food bank at 381-5410 or drop off produce at 40 South Center Street in Castle Dale.
To receive a free copy of the brochure As You Age, call 1-800-662-HELP. This brochure contains information for all seniors concerning aging, medications, and alcohol.
Art of the Ancient Mediterranean World: Egypt, Greece, Rome, from the Boston Fine Arts Museum on display at BYUs Museum of Art until June 4, 2005. For more information and ticket prices call 1-801-378-ARTS or visit www.byu.edu/moa.
"Are you prepared to survive?" Come to the survival fair and become educated with the latest information. The fair will be held Oct. 8 from 5-8 p.m. at Emery High School. There will be many booths with all types of survival information available.
A California teenager is gathering CDs and DVDs for our troops. For more information on sending letters of thanks and used CDs and DVDs, visit www.aMillionThanks.org or mail to A Million Thanks, c/o Lutheran High School, 2222 North Santiago Blvd., Orange, CA. 92867.
The College of Eastern Utah has a new Educational Opportunity Center serving Carbon and Emery Counties. The program is designed to assist adults who would like to start into a college of their choice. The Educational Opportunity Center can assist students with a variety of services including financial aid applications, college course selection and completing their GEDs, if needed. It is a free service and targets low income and first generation students. If you would like to start college in the fall, now is the time to get started. The Educational Opportunity Center is located in the Jennifer Leavitt Building CEU - Room 213. Feel free to walk in without an appointment or call Shawnee at 613-5243. During the summer the center will be closed on Fridays.
A fund raiser is being held for Cemetery Memorial Plaques for each of the cemeteries. Donations can be sent to PO Box 126, Cleveland, Utah 84518.
The Three Wishes Inc. Program makes available power (electric) wheelchairs to senior citizens (65 years and older) and the permanently disabled at no cost to the recipient, if they qualify. Call toll free at 1-800-817-1871.
The latest round of funding from the Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program will soon be disbursed. Western SARE farmer/rancher grant proposals are due Oct 1 and professional development program proposals are due Oct. 15. For more information or to obtain a copy of the call for proposals in each grant category, visit the Western SARE website at http://wsare.usu.edu or call 435-797-2257.
Each year hundreds of children in Emery and Carbon counties become wards of the juvenile court system due to child abuse, neglect or abandonment. The child welfare system can only devote so much time and attention to each individual case and, consequently, to each individual child. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Volunteers are ordinary men and women who find it in their hearts and their schedules to help these abused and neglected children. Those interested in volunteering should contact Kerrie, the CASA coordinator at 435-381-5595.
The in home Rx programs makes available breathing medications and nebulizers to patients who may have asthma, emphysema or COPD at no cost to the recipient, if they qualify. Call 1-800-344-5764 or visit the website www.inhomerx.com for more information on the details of this program.
The Senior Mobility Program makes available to senior citizens and the permanently disabled, power electric wheelchairs at no cost to the recipient, if they qualify. Call 1-800-451-0971 to see if you qualify.
Utah Valley Cancer Center, located at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center has a new toll-free phone number. Anyone can call 1-866-549-3800 to schedule an appointment, get information about local cancer support groups or to find out more about IHC cancer services and physicians. Hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
The Huntington Lions Club is gathering used eyeglasses to be distributed to needy people in Third World countries. There is a special need for childrens glasses. For more information, contact Judy Lang at 687-5349.
The Senior Wheels USA Program makes available power (electric) wheelchairs to senior citizens (65 years and older) and the permanently disabled at no cost to the recipient, if they qualify. Call toll free at 1-800-246-6010.
Donations are needed from Emery County residents to the Emery Chapter of the Salvation Army which provides emergency assistance for the people of Emery County as well as people traveling through the area. Mail donations to the Emery County Sheriff's Office, Box 281, Green River, Utah 84525 or Emery County Sheriff's Office, Box 817, Castle Dale, Utah 84513. For information, contact Cheryl Keener at 435-564-3432.
Attention, union meeting for local 6363 will be held the third Wednesday of every month at the District 22 office in Price. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m.
Girl Scouts need leaders in Emery County. Call Nina Green at 800-678-7809 to volunteer.